CAIRO-Algerian swimmer Abdallah Ardjoune on Saturday won the gold medal in the 200M backstroke (16-18 age group) at the 13th Arab Youth Swimming Championships held on 16-20 November at Cairo nautical centre (Egypt).
MADRID- Algerian Ines Ibbou qualified Saturday for the finals of the professional Tournament of Benicarlo, organized from 13 to 19 November in Castellon (Spain), after her victory over Spanish Irene Burillo Escorihuela (2 sets to 0).
CAIRO - Algerian swimmer Jawad Syoud won the gold medal in the 400M medley event (16-18 age group) at the 13th Arab Youth Swimming Championships (young categories), held from November 16th to 20th at the Cairo Nautical Center in Egypt.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Algerian swimmer Jawad Syoud won the gold medal of the 200m individual medley (16-18 old years) on Thursday, the first day of the 13th Arab Youth Swimming Championships (November 16-20), being held in Cairo, Egypt.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Algerian swimmer Majda Chebaraka won Thursday the gold medal of the 200m freestyle (16-18 years old) on Thursday, the first day of the 13th Arab Youth Swimming Championships (November 16-20), being held in Cairo, Egypt.
ALGIERS- The Algerian junior badminton team, girls and boys, won 8 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze), at Algiers Junior International open played from 14 to 16 November in Algiers.
ALGIERS- The national football team won, Tuesday evening, the friendly game against its counterpart of the Central African Republic at the 5 July stadium, with a score of 3-0.
ALGIERS- Algeria will participate with 38 athletes in the 13th Arab Swimming Championship scheduled in Cairo from 16 to 20 November at the Cairo water sports centre, with the participation of about ten countries, the Algerian Swimming Federation (FAN) told APS.
CONSTANTINE-The Algerian football team drew 1-1 with their Nigerian counterpart (0-0 half-time) in a game played Friday evening at Chahid-Hamlaoui stadium in Constantine part of the 6th and last round of the qualifiers for the World Cup 2018, African zone, group “B”.
ALGIERS- Algeria will be represented by four bowls players at the junioe World Championship which will start Thursday, in Kaihua (China), with the participation of players from 41 countries the Algerian Bowling Sports Federation (FASB).